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Facility Maintenance and Club Driver

Los Angeles, CaliforniaFull-time
About the Job
General 
Job Title: Facility Maintenance and Club Driver
Job Type: Full time, non-exempt + Benefits 
Salary: $21 - 22/HR 
Location: 2232 Lincoln Blvd, Venice, CA 90291

Qualifications and Experience:  
* Please note in order to qualify for this position candidates must have the following:
  • Valid Class B Driver’s license  
  • Passenger & Youth Bus Endorsement 
  • Medical Card 
  • Pass a drug and alcohol test

OVERVIEW 
The position of Facility Maintenance and Club Driver promotes a safe working environment by performing minor repairs and preventative maintenance on all buildings, grounds, and equipment.  This role is also responsible for driving Club vehicle over designated routes in accordance with time schedules, picking up and discharging members; providing safe and efficient transportation of all Club members to and from the Club, special events, and field trips; assist in loading and unloading of members; perform daily inspections and maintenance of vehicle. This position requires travel between BGCMLA sites and in the community. 
 
JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:  
Facilities maintenance
  • Plans, supervises, reviews, and inspects the work of assigned vendors/partners to assure work quality and timely completion of assigned duties and responsibilities utilizing operations management software.
  • Primary contact for alarm systems at assigned facility.
  • Completes all necessary general repairs to assigned buildings, which do not require a trade professional.
  • Promotes SQA standards, follows and promotes company policy and procedures.
  • Comply with and enforce safety standards as required by OSHA regulations.
  • Assist with pickup and delivery of supplies, equipment, and donated items.
  • Respond to vendor/partners concerns, suggests, and recommends corrective measures as necessary to resolve issues.
  • Monitors work environment and the use of safety equipment to ensure the safety of employees and other individuals.
  • Develops and trains team, on proper use and maintenance of all equipment; work techniques; tracking assets; preventative maintenance; and work orders.
  • In collaboration with the facilities team, responds to and completes all work orders in the operations management software, Asset Essentials Management system that are either emergency, routine, or preventive maintenance.
  • Performs custodial tasks, such as, emptying and cleaning waste receptacles, washing windows, dusting and polishing furniture, cleaning air vents and filters, changing light bulbs and cleaning fans.
  • Clean, sanitize and restock bathrooms daily inside and out (possibly more than once per day depending on activities). Clean countertops, floor, and stock paper items.
  • Maintains cleanliness and sanitization of kitchen
  • Replaces and maintains indoor lighting and clean fixtures.
  • Responds to emergency situations to resolve and prevent injuries or hazardous conditions and prepares work-site safety setup.
  • Provides set up and removal of tables, chairs and other equipment for events, daily meetings, and classes. Wash chairs and tables as necessary.
  • Keep walls cleaned and paint when necessary.
  • Complete other duties as assigned.
  
Club Driver
  • Maintains Club vehicles in a safe operating condition through prescribed daily vehicles inspections, including washing, cleaning windows, mirrors, vehicles interior and exterior; check and maintain fuel, oil, and water levels; check brakes, break lights, and doors; report and log all findings, defects, and malfunction to appropriate personnel.  
  • Maintain records concerning vehicle maintenance, miles driven, and number of children transported and other related matters.  
  • Completes pre/posttest daily, promptly reporting, correcting, or causing to be corrected any noted defect.  
  • Completes and submits all required paperwork on time and recommends needed repairs to vehicles.
  • Assist members in proper vehicle evacuation procedures as assigned.  
  • Maintain order and discipline among members while driving.  
  • Participates as part of a team to run quality programs by helping where needed or directed.  
  • Participates in training / educational opportunities to expand knowledge and skills. Additional duties as assigned.
  • Complete other duties as assigned.
 
QUALIFICATIONS 
  • High School diploma or GED.
  • Must be at least 25 years of age and poses a valid class B driver’s license
  • Passenger & Youth Bus Endorsement
  • Valid Medical Card
  • ombined experience and / or formal training equivalent to a minimum of two years where:
    • Excellent communication and inter-personal skills.
    • Facility maintenance
  • Pass criminal background check.
  • Ability to assess and prioritize maintenance needs.
  • Basic knowledge of basic maintenance, plumbing and minor repairs.
  • Mandatory CPR and First Aid Certifications and TB clearance
  • Pass mandatory random drug and alcohol test
 
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: 
  • Follow written and oral instructions
  • Provisions of the California State Motor Vehicle Code applicable to the operation of vehicles transporting members.
  • Able to train employees in the safe and efficient use of all equipment required for completion of work assignments.
  • Prepare reports, including work orders, activity reports, and maintenance logs.
  • Understanding of preventative maintenance practices
  • Thorough knowledge of general commercial/public facility maintenance.
  • Knowledge of subject matter within core areas and youth development in general.  
  • Ability to deal effectively with members, including disciplinary issues.
  • Demonstrated ability in relationship building and working with young people and parents. 
  
WORKING CONDITIONS and DRIVING 
  • Travel between Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Los Angeles sites and schools and various field trip sites as well as in the community is required. Must meet the insurance standards of Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Los Angeles. 
  • Hours are based on school calendar and attendance patterns/trends – evening hours are required during the school year; hours will vary during summer and school breaks; occasional weekend hours are required
 
PHYSICAL DEMANDS / WORKING CONDITIONS: 
The physical demands and characteristics of the work environment described here are representative of those occurring in the performance of the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
 
The position involves lifting; bending; reaching with hands and arms; climbing or balancing; stooping, kneeling, standing, walking, crouching, or crawling; frequent interruptions via in-person contact, phone calls, and email are expected. Will be subject to indoor and outdoor environmental conditions based on activity location.  Required to work around youth and adults where noise levels may be moderate to high during activities.  Physical exertion may be required to lift supplies and equipment.  
 
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this position.  Nothing in this job description restricts the right of Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Los Angeles Management to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job or change this job description at any time.
    About Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro LA

    Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Los Angeles was founded in December 2015 as a scalable and sustainable solution to reversing the opportunity crises facing some of the most vulnerable children in the neediest neighborhoods of Los Angeles. BGCMLA is designed to increase programmatic offerings and serve a greater number of youth in the areas of Los Angeles most in need of its services. The mission of BGCMLA is to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.Our mission is fulfilled by offering nationally recognized, research-based programs and activities in three core areas: Academic Success, Good Character and Citizenship and Healthy Lifestyles. We believe in empowering youth to explore a future with endless possibilities by offering creative programming, such as new approaches to science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) created in collaboration with our community partners. Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Los Angeles is safe, stable place that ensures physical and emotional safety while discouraging crime in our local communities. Click here for more information regarding Club safety. The individual Clubs which presently make up BGCMLA have a deep history of impact in the neediest areas of Los Angeles County. This new collaboration of Clubs and community partners currently includes the following Boys & Girls Clubs: Challengers, since 1968; Watts/Willowbrook, since 1968; Bell Gardens, since 1960; Jordan Downs and Nickerson Gardens were opened in collaboration with the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles. At BGCMLA, we are wholly committed to maximizing our Clubs’ potential to serve more kids, more often, and to build strong, sustainable organizations.